Android Authority broke the story yesterday about the “leaked” video, showcasing the alleged new Chromebook. We all drooled, checked our bank account balance, then took a step back. Could it be real? If we may be so bold as to connect some dots, it just might make a little more sense.
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean coming out in February/March, last stop ahead of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie launch
Android 4.2.2 is reportedly going to be released in February/March, just ahead of the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie launch.
A few days ago we talked about the Motorola X handset and it looks like now there are more details on the device, thanks to a new rumor.
The first Nexus 10 was a pretty great tablet. It was good enough to get sold out at the Google Play Store a number of times. Rumor has it Google could be announcing the next generation at MWC this year.
Google’s inventory issues continue today as the Nexus 10 16GB and 32GB are now listed as sold out in the US Google Play Store.
“What is a Nexus device?” seems like a very strange question to ask on a site dedicated to all things Android, but that’s not entirely so!
There is so much good stuff in the Android universe. We have amazing phones, tons of apps and games, and the best operating system around. Even with all that awesome at our fingertips, we are still looking to Android’s future.
Google’s highly anticipated yearly event, Google I/O, now has a set date of May 15-17. There are a lot of exciting things that are planned to be revealed and talked about. Tickets for the event should be available soon.
Something wonderful is going on over at the Google Play Store and if you haven’t checked it yet, you definitely should. Why? Because smart app updates are now turned on, which means, no more lengthy downloads and wondering about data usage overage charges.
In addition to posting the full changelog for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google went one step further and released no less than 28 Google I/O Android sessions videos, which are now available on YouTube. Google I/O sold out in a matter of minutes this year (20, to be more precise), and there must have been plenty of Android developers that didn’t get a chance to buy a ticket even though they would have wanted to attend the Android sessions in person. At the same time, there are plenty of developers that were interested in the event, but weren’t necessarily ready…